عنوان مقاله [English]
Institutions of higher education were previously thought to be the centre of knowledge production and dissemination, but now they are expected to have a more active role in the development of national and regional economies, as well. Responding to the new expectation has currently led them to internal changes and evolution in how they interact with the social and economic environments. This change has created a new generation of entrepreneurial universities. The leading indicator activity of such universities is the creation of university‘s Spin-off. According to the laws and directives of our country, these companies are supposed to be Knowledge-based, founded by the outcomes of the university researches and acted in the field of high tech. But some universities, in our country, exceed the expectations and establish manufacturing and service- companies of their own. In other words, they’re, little by little, becoming manufacturing firms. Since the traditional mission of universities is teaching and research, some conflicts arose between the main mission of the universities (research and teaching) and the new task of entrepreneuring. This paper examines these conflicts and finally provides suggestions to resolve these conflicts. This paper is a descriptive - analytical study and data is collected by using library resources, electronic research databases, author’s experience and In-depth interview with a technology-park authorities and managers of the company established in above mentioned incubator.